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Pine Knot 



Published by the student body of 

Atlantic Christian College 

Wilson, N. C. 



Elizabeth Leach. Editor 



Piercie Stalls, Business Manager 



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"Nineteen forty-seven at 
ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN" 



Fh unrelenting crescendo, the symphony of a life replete with 
lelodic progression hastens to its finale. And a friendship that 
^urs to share, with its 'largos' and 'allegros' moves everlast- 
ing; onward, in sweet memories." 

^this our 1947 Pine Knoj^T it has been our privilege and pleasure 
to preS^^ltoyoii^^review of this year at A. C. and to leave 
with you memories of the past. 

We wish to express our deepest appreciation to Dr. Mildred 
Hartsock for her faithful guidance and service. 

Elizabeth and Piercie. 



The Pine Knot of 1943 was dedicated to the boys 
who had gone out from Atlantic Chrisian College 
to fight for the principles of democracy. In this, 
our first yearbook since the conclusion of the war, 
we would again remember those young men. Many 
have returned from the service of their country 
to our campus; some, having given their lives, are 
missed from among us. To all of the men and 
women whose sacrifice and suffering and courageous 
integrity made possible our dream of a secure and 
just society, we dedicate the Pine Knot of 1947. 




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Of World War II" 







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"The happiest heart that ever beat 
Was in some humble breast 
That found the common daylight sweet, 
And left to heaven the rest." 




'A thing of beauty is a joy forever; 

Its loveliness increases; it can never 
Pass into nothingness." 




Bert Hardy Dining Hall 



To keep my health . . 
To do my work . 
To live! 




"I will study and get ready, 
and perhaps my chance 
will come." 




VIEWING 

THE CAMPUS' 




Dr. H. S. Hilley 
President 




ADMINISTRATION 



"Gone is the builder's temple: 
Crumpled into the dust, 
Pillar and groin and arches 

Food for consuming rust; 
But the temple the teacher builded 
Shall endure while the ages roll; 
For that beautiful, unseen temple 
Was a child's immortal soul.'' 
Mr. R. R. Miller. Dean of Instruction 




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FACULTY 



C. H. Hamlin 

Professor of Social Science 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



Rolla James Bennett 

.Assf. Professor of Social Science 

A.B., MA., B.D., Ph.D. 



J. M. Waters 

Professor of Bible 

A.B. 



Camilla Louise Wills 

Instructor in Biology 

B.S., A.M. 



Mildred E. Hartsock 

Professor of English 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



Harriet Fulton 

Professor of Music 

A.B., A.M. 



Esther L. Long 

Professor of Modern Language 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



Claudia Lucas 

Instructor in Science 

A.B. 



Lloyd Stark 

Professor in Mathematics 

A.B. 



Katherine Lewis 

Instructor in Physical Education 

A.B. 



Hamlin 



Waters 



Hartsock 



Long 




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FACULTY 




Shackleford 



Fleming 



Mathis 



Mary Nackos 

Instructor in English 

A.B. 



Ola Fleminc 

Librarian 

A.B. 



Ruby Shackleford 

Instructor in English 

A.B. 



Catherine MaThis 
Secretary 

Not Pictured 



Matthew J. Bird 

Instructor in Physical Education 

A.B. 



Sarah Bain Ward 

Dean of Women 

A.B. 



F. A. Hodges 

Professor of Science 

A.B., M.S. 



Perry Case 

Professor of Philosophy 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 

C. Franklin Eicher 

Acting Professor of Education 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

John W. Fontaine 
Professor of Music 

Mildred D. Ross 
Bookkeeper 



Harris C. Moore 

Instructor in Physical Education 

A.B. 

Margaret R. Newton 

Instructor in Commercial Subjects 

A.B. 

Agnes L. Peele 

Instructor in Commercial Subjects 

A.B. 

Mrs. Mary Wilson 
Nurse 



Mrs. Ella Taylor 
Dietitian 



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TRUSTEES 



Term Expiring 1947 

John Askew. Raleigh, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck. Washington, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, N. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, N. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

C. L. Hardy.... Maury, N. C. 

J. C. Warren.... Newton Grove, N. C. 

A. D. Shackleford Wilson, N. C. 

Term Expiring 1948 

J. F. Latham Bath, N. C. 

A W. Ange Winterville, N. C. 

S. W. Richardson. Wilson, N. C. 

Elbert Peele Williamston, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayboro, N. C. 

C. H. Rawls Raleigh, N. C. 

Dr. C. S. Eagles, Secretary Saratoga, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Term Expiring 1949 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

W. H. Woolard Greenville, N. C. 

S. M. Jones New Bern, N. C. 

W. H. Brunson Ayden, N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

H. Galt Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

T. J. Hackney, Chairman Wilson, N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard Kinston, N. C. 



Honorary Trustee 

George Hackney Wilson, N. C. 



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CLASSES 



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"Watch The Birdie" 



SENIOR CLASS ... 1W 



President 
Rachel Britt 

Vice President 
Lorette Osborne 

Secretary 
Miriam Moore 

Treasurer 
Jack Daniell 




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. . . married . . . charming . . . gracious . . . wonderful 
smile . . . mid-term graduate. 

. . . sense of humor . . . gayety . . . understanding . . . diamond 
from Albert . . heads senior class. 



. . . sparkle . . . cute . . . an unaffected manner 
sive eyes ... a charming shyness. 



expres- 



. . . pep ... May King . . . "pro" . . . handsome . . . person- 
ality plus . . . leads student body. 



SENIOR CLASS 



Adelyn Barkley 
Elm City, N. C. 

Rachel Britt 
Elm City, N. C. 



Maxine Cahoon 
Pinetown, N. C. 

Vincent Colombo 
Brockton, Mass. 




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. . . "Queenie" . . . smart clothes . . . long brown hair . 
glamour . . . shadow of Troy. 

. . . Phi Kappa Alpha . . . athletically inclined . . . tall . 
witty . . . good natured . . . Mary Alice. 



. . . our own May King . . . ministerial student . . . just 
the blackest hair . . . likeable. 



. . . athlete . . . tall . . . crazy 'bout a gal named Caroline . . . 
keeps the boys in line. 




SENIOR CLASS 



Caroline Cowell 
Bayboro, N. C. 

Howard Chapin 
Kinston, N. C. 



Jack Daniell 
Bogart, Ga. 

Troy Godwin 
Dunn, N. C. 



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. . . couldn't get along without glee club . . . finished in 
three years . . . Oh, so tiny. 

. . . takes notes on Bennett's jokes . . . witty . . . word jor 
everyone . . . touch of mischief. 

... a ready smile for everyone . . . conscientious . . . always 
willing to help . . . naturally sweet. 

. . . neat . . . attractive . . . cheerful . . . president of Phi 
Sigma Tau . . . pretty eyes. 



SENIOR CLASS 



Maxine Hood 
Bonneau, S. C. 

Joseph Horton 
Walstonburg, N. C. 



Elizabeth Jones 
Wilson, N. C. 

Sally Keech 
Pinetown, N. C. 




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. . . the art of persuasion . . . fun to be with . . . friendli- 
ness . . . popularity . . . Sigma Tau Chi. 

. . . beautiful eyes . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . brother 
Elmer . . . Caldwell Hall . . . flowers. 



. . . Spanish major ... petite .. . town girl 
smart . . . pretty blond hair. 



naturally 



. dark beauty . . . friendly and sweet . . . Oh, those eyes 
. . . vim, vigor, vitality . . . sleepy. 




SENIOR CLASS 



Peggy Kuhn 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Inez Loftin 
Ayden, N. C. 



Miriam Moore 
Ayden, N. C. 

Lorette Osborne 
Robersonville, N. C. 



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. . . married man . . . Arapahoe . . . easy to get along with 
. . . studious . . . Phi Kappa Alpha. 

... a truly religious leader . . . admired by faculty and 
friends . . . good natured. 

. . . exceptional talent . . . heads Golden Knot . . . music 
in her soul . . . man named Willie. 

. . . Queen of May . . . turned up nose . . . cute as can be . . . 
Delta Sigma Girl . . . "Lefty." 



SENIOR CLASS 



Bryan Parsons 
Arapahoe, N. C. 

Horace Quigley 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Aileen Reel 
Arapahoe, N. C. 

Beula Rasberry 
Farmville, N. C. 




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. . . "Pete' . . . petite . . . pep . . . personality ... a special 
interest in Wilson . . . cute as pie. 

. . . easy to get along ivith . . . friendly . . . lovable . . . 
"pipes" . . . "wonder man." 

. . . loves bridge . . . witty . . . talkative . . . the secret of 
true friendship . . . pep. 

. . . cheerful . . . little ... a nice smile . . . likable person- 
ality . . . southern drawl. 




SENIOR CLASS 



Piercie Stalls 

Robersonville, N. C. 

Ann Sanderson 
Pink Hill, N. C. 



Winifred Sharpe 
Elm City, N. C. 

Ruby Smith 

Deep Run, N. C. 



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. . . "A" club president . . . athlete . . . friendly . . . good 
sport . . . Lenore . . . doesn't say much. 

. . . capable . . . conscientious worker ... a thoughtful 
friend . . . loves food, dancing, and bridge. 

. . . "shortie" . . . cute . . . pleasing smile . . . sweet disposi- 
tion . . . record player . . . enjoys laughing. 

. . . loves to laugh and laughs most of the time . . . makes 
girls ioalk a chalk-line . . . Ernest. 



SENIOR CLASS 



Margaret Taylor 

Wrightsville Sound. N. C. 

Edward Smith 
Micro, N. C. 



Etta Tyndall 
Pink Hill, N. C. 

Edith Tyson 

Greenville, N. C. 




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... a will of his own . . . dramatic ability . . . leadership 
. . . chuckles all the time . . . Susie. 

. . . dreams o/ the day he'll hang up that M.D. shingle . . . 
kinda quiet . . . but oh, so nice. 

. . . Phi Kappa Alpha man . . . slim . . . minister. . . finished 
in three years . . . dependable. 




SENIOR CLASS 



Marvin Woodard 
Black Creek, N. C. 

Wade Woodall 
Selma, N. C. 



Ivan Adams 

Four Oaks, N. C. 



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JUNIOR CLASS . . . 1947 



President 
Bryan Parsons 

Vice President 
Ivan Adams 

Secretary 
Hazel Davenport 

Treasurer 
Iris Lee 




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Junior Class 



William Brooks 
Robert Brown 



Frances Creech 
James Daniell 



Hazel Davenport 
Laverne Driver 



Irene Dudley 
Blanche Gay 



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Junior Class 




Jane Goff 

C. D. Gurganus 



La Veke Howes 
Mary Ellen Jones 



Iris Lee 



Thomas Moore 



Marguerite Noe 
Manley Outlaw 



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Junior Class 



Adolphus O'Neal 
Peggy O'Neal 



Carl Pate 

Clifton Philyaw 



Leggette Roebuck 
Bethany Rose 



Frank Shearin 
Alvin Suggs 




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Junior Class 




Jacquelyn Speight 
Melville Warfen 



Ruby Waters 

Charlotte Webster 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS . . . 1947 



President 
Herschell Tyson 

Vice President 
Donna Horton 

Secretary 
David Hardison 

Treasurer 
Edward Kennedy 




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Sophomore Class 



Left to right: 
Vivian Allen 
George Bailey 
Mary Alice Beasley 
Waylon Bissette 



William J. Bryant 
Warren Callahan 
Frances Chapman 
Myrtle R. Collins 



Martha Dail 
Henry C. Davis 
James Davis 
Junius Evans 



Patrick Gainey 
Flora Gainey 
Josie Galloway 
Audrey Gaylor 



John GofT 
Laston Grantham 
David Hardison 
Fred Heath 




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Sophomore Class 




Left to right: 
Margaret Hemby 
Ruth Henderson 
Dorothy Holden 
Vernie Hood 



Donna Horton 
Barden J. Howes 
Fraulein Jarman 
Walter Johnson 



Jessie Jones 
Edward Kennedy 
Pearl Lamb 
Helen Lamm 



Tassie Langley 
Elizabeth Leach 
Vera Lewis 
Jean Lizenby 



Betsy Manning 
Charles Mayo 
Lois Mayo 
Darwin McCaffity 



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Sophomore Class 



Left to right: 
Norwood McCullen 
June McHan 
Vivian Miller 
Jean Moore 



Clifton Morris 
W. C. Pate 
Joyce Peterson 
Lenore Phillips 



Percy Riggan 
Alma Suggs 
Jean Suessmuth 
Mary Lee Tanner 



Doris Taylor 
Edna Taylor 
Beulah Tew 
Thomas Tharrington 



Ethel Thorne 
James D. Thorne 
John Thorne 
John Thompson 




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Sophomore Class 




Everette Thompson 
Annie K. Thompson 
Gwendolyn Tomlinson 
Donald Torrence 



Herschell Tyson 
Elizabeth Ward 
Dorothy Waters 
Glenn Weaver 



Whitley Weaver 
Joseph Weeks 
Clementina Welch 
Barbara White 



Rudolph Wiggs 
James Wilder 
Clara Woolard 



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FRESHMAN CLASS . . . 1947 



President 
Harold Bain 

Vice President 
Thomas McCaskill 

Secretary 
Dorothy Wyatt 

Treasurer 
Helen S.^leeby 




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Susie Abrams 
Colon Amnions 
Yancey Aycock 
Harold Bain 



Barbara Banks 
L. C. Barbour 
Allison Barham 
Eugene Barnes 



Warren Barnes 
Dewey Bass 
Frank Bell 
Ralph Bennett 



Rhelma Boykin 
Mavis Boyette 
Betty Brewer 
Lloyd Brinson 



Royce Brinson 
William Brinson 
Jeanne Brown 
Edgar Butler 



Iris Bunch 
Rudolph Bunn 
Jack Bynum 
E. C. Cammer 



Robert Cannady 
Walter Correll 
Amelda Cavallo 
Howard Cayton 

James Coley 
Joe Costen 
Annette Crawford 
Henry Davis, Jr. 



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Freshman Class 



Alan DeRatt 
Eugene Driver 
Marion Driver 
William Driver 



Lewis Ellis 
Ralph Evans 
H. F. Flowers 
Charles Fulghum 



Milton Gartrell 
John Gill 
Roland Grady 
Joseph Griffin 



Grady Griffin 
John Gwaltney 
Doris Harper 
Earl Harrison 



Donald High 
Stanley Hearne 
Manfred Hood 
Monnie Holland 



Hal Hutcherson 
Buck Jones 
Gladys Jones 
John Kirby 



Kermit Lamm 
Ray Lamm 
Alice Langston 
Doris Lee 



Mary F. Llewellyn 
Richard Llewellyn 
Gene Lewis 
Corley Lineberger 




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freshman Class 




Elmer Loftin 
Thomas McCaskill 
Marcus McCoy- 
Betty McDilda 



Stuart McKeel 
James McLawhorn 
James McGeady 
Henry Mercer 



John R. Miller 
Alma Moore 
Maurice Moore 
Russell Morris 



Grover Morris 
Louise Morris 
J. B. Narron 
Bettye Newton 



Albert Nichols 
John O'Conner 
Olive Carruth 
Harry Oliver 



Horace Overman 
Charles Page 
Clarence Parker 
C. J. Parker 



Norman Patterson 
Reginald Peacock 
James Pearce 
Curtis Pearson 



William Peele 
Howard Phillips 
Shirley Phillips 
Sanford Pittman 



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freshman Class 



Gerald Postlethwaite 
Thomas Proctor 
John Rawls 
Eleanor Reaves 



Helen Saleeby 
William Simpson 
David Simmons 
Edward H. Smith 



Carl Smith 
Horace Stott 
Joseph Strongoski 
Doris Taylor 



William Taylor 
William Thigpen 
Darlene Tucker 
Berry Vause 



Jerome Vick 
Alvin Walston 
Atwood Whorton 
Frank White 



Norma Willard 
Sue Williamson 
Van Willis 
William Windham 



Margaret Wright 
Dorothy Wyatt 
Raymond Yelverton 
Marion Zollicoffer 




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COMMERCIAL CLASS 




Gaye Batten 


Verner Gray 


Doris Hughes 


Mary Massengill 


James Phillips 


George Thompson 


Ada K. Brewer 


Helen Harris 


Attie Johnson 


Wilbert Massengill 


Inez Pitlman 


Ollie Walston 


Jack Cowell 


Calvin Herndon 


Almarie Jones 


Mary Mewborne 


Carlton Rouse 


Robert Wheeler 


Barbara Eatman 


Alice Herring 


H. F. Kelly 


James Mumford 


Leslie Suggs 


Mary Winn 


Stuart Giles 


Louise Honeycutt 


Jean Kirby 


Lloyd Pate 


Douglas Taylor 


Frances Whitley 



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ACTIVITIES 




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THE PINE KNOT 



1947 



'Into my heart's treasury 

I slipped a coin. 
That time cannot rust 

Nor a thief purloin; 
Oh, better than the minting 

Of a gold-crowned king 
Is the safe-kept MEMORY 

Of a lovely thing." 



Elizabeth Leach 
Editor 

Piercie Stalls 
Business Manager 

Dr. Mildred Hartsock 
Faculty Adviser 



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EDITORIAL STAFF 

Elizabeth Leach, Charles Smith, Dorothy 
Waters, Margaret Taylor, John Gwaltney, Mar- 
guerite Noe, Irene Dudley, Eugene Barnes, 
Donna Horton, Dorothy Wyatt, Vivian Miller. 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Piercie Stalls, Melville Warren, Jeanne Suess- 
muth, Wade Woodall, Edna Taylor, June McHan, 
Beula Rasberry. 





The Collegiate 



1947 



I have sought enjoyment every- 
where, and I have found it 
working on the Collegiate. 



Marguerite Noe 
Editor 

Lorette Osborne 
Business Manager 



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STAFF 

William Brinson, Lorette Osborne, Melville Warren, Dot Wyatt. 
Marguerite Noe, Gene Barnes, Doris Harper, C. D. Gurganus, Jeanne 
Suessmuth, Stuart McKeel, Norma Willard, Lib Leach, Olive Carruth, 
Dot Waters, Margaret Taylor, Charles Mayo, Attie Johnson, Irene Dudley, 
Jack Daniell, Vivian Miller, Pat Gainey. 



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GLEE CLUB 



MEMBERS 
Soprano 

Margaret Baker, Mary Alice Beasley, Iris Bunch, Olive Carruth, Annette 
Crawford, Martha Dail, La Verne Driver, Audrey Gaylor, Doris Harper, Maxine 
Hood, Fraulein Jarman, Attie Johnson, Mary Jones, Jean Kirby, Helen Lamm, 
Iris Bunch, Vera Lewis, June McHan, Mary Mewborne, Vivian Miller, Miriam 
Moore, Louise Morris, Beula Rasberry, Aileen Reel, Eleanor Reaves, Gwen 
Tomlinson, Norma Willard. 

Alto 

Josie Galloway, Jane Goff, Ruth Henderson, Vernie Hood, Lenore Phillips. 
Betsy Manning, Helen Saleeby, Edna Taylor, Dot Wyatt. 

Tenor 

Bill Brinson. Jack Daniell, Charles Fulghum, John Goff, Tommy Moore. 
Harry Oliver, Bill Peele, John Rawls, Wade Woodall. 

Bass 

Ivan Adams, Ralph Bennett, Eugene Barnes, Bill Corbett, James Daniell. 
David Hardison, Joe Horton, Jesse Jones, Darwin McCaffity. John Miller, Clifton 
Morris, J. B. Narron, Bob Nowell, W. C. Pate, Fred Saleeby, David Simmons, 
Don Torrence. 



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John Goff, John Rawls, Gene Barnes, 
Bill Peele, C. D. Gurganus, Thomas 
Moore, W. C. Pate, Josalyn Corbett, 
David Hardison, Clifton Morris, Ivan 
Adams. 



Boys' Chorus 



Girts' Chorus 



Edna Taylor, Jane Goff, June McHan, 
Mary Ellen Jones, Joyce Peterson, Mary 
Alice Beasley, Aileen Reel, Iris Lee, 
Harriet Fulton, Director. 




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PHI SIGMA TAU 




Having been founded in 1912, Phi Sigma Tau Sorority has the record of being 
the oldest Greek letter organization on the campus. The traditional colors 
are black and gold. The chosen flower, the Black-eyed Susan, upholds this tradi- 
tion. The members of the sorority are chosen on the basis of their quality of 
character, scholarship, personality, sociability, and leadership. 

The sponsors of Phi Sigma Tau are Mrs. H. C. Moore, Mrs. Ruby Shackelford, 
and Miss Mary Nackos, an alumna. Miss Catherine Mathis is an honorary 
member. 



First Semester 
Mary Ellen Jones 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

..President Sally Keech 

Vice President Ruby Smith 

Jane Goff Secretary Fraulein Jarman 

Jane Goff Treasurer Dorothy Waters 

Chaplain Donna Horton 



MEMBERS 

Mary Ellen Jones, Jane Goff, Sally Keech, Ruby Smith, Jeanne Suessmuth, 
Dorothy Waters, Miriam Moore, Fraulein Jarman, and Donna Horton. 



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SIGMA ALPHA 




In 1925 a new fraternity, Sigma Alpha, was founded on the campus. This 
group chose the sweet pea as their flower; silver and lavender, their colors; and 
"Semper est Amicitia" as their motto. 

The old members returning from the war have reopened the doors for a 
successful year. Professor J. M. Waters is their faculty sponsor. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

T. C. Britt President Robert Brown 

Laston Grantham Vice President Laston Grantham 

Leggette Roebuck Secretary Leggette Roebuck 

Robert Brown Treasurer Joseph Horton 

Buck Jones Chaplain Buck Jones 

Joe Horton Sergeant-at-Arms Joe Weeks 

MEMBERS 

T. C. Britt, Robert Brown, Laston Grantham, Leggette Roebuck, Joe Weeks, 
John Weeks, Jimmy Davis, Milton Howell, Tom Tharrington, Reginald Peacock, 
Joe Horton, and Buck Jones. Mr. H. C. Moore is an honorary member. 



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DELTA SIGMA 




Delta Sigma, the youngest of the sororities, was organized in 1935. Its motto 
is "Torchbearers of Friendship." The sorority's chosen colors are green and 
gold; its flower, the jonquil. The members of Delta Sigma are selected for their 
leadership, scholarship, personal charm, friendliness, and quality of character. 

The sponsors of Delta Sigma are Miss Catherine Lewis and Miss Claudia Lucas. 
The honorary member is Mrs. William Wiggins. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Margaret Taylor President Winifred Sharpe 

Frances Creech Vice President Mary Lee Tanner 

Iris Lee Secretary Jean Lizenby 

Lorette Osborne Treasurer ; Lorette Osborne 

Elizabeth Jones Chaplain Elizabeth Leach 

Beth Rose Historian Margaret Taylor 

MEMBERS 

Frances Creech, Iris Lee, Mary Lee Tanner, Marguerite Noe, Winifred Sharpe, 
Elizabeth Leach, Jean Lisenby, Lorette Osborne, Elizabeth Jones, Beula Rasberry. 
Beth Rose, Beulah Tew, and Margaret Taylor. 



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PHI DELTA GAMMA 




The Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity was organized from the "I Smoke a Pipe 
Club" in 1937. The white carnation is the fraternity flower; their colors are 
blue and gold. The fraternity motto is "Everlasting Brotherhood." 

Dr. R. J. Bennett is their faculty sponsor. Their honorary members are Dr. 
M. D. Bissette and Mr. J. W. Armstrong. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Jack Daniell.' President C. D. Gurganus 

Darwin McCaffity Vice President Jesse M. Jones 

Edward Kennedy Secretary Darwin McCaffity 

Charles Mayo Treasurer Gerald Postlethwaite 

Waylon Bissette Chaplain Jack Daniell 

Clifton Morris Sergeant-at-Arms Manley Outlaw 

MEMBERS 

Waylon Bissette, Jack Daniell, H. C. Davis, Junius Evans, C. D. Gurganus, 
Fred Heath, Jesse Jones, Edward Kennedy, Darwin McCaffity, Thomas G. Moore, 
Charles Mayo, Clifton Morris, Manley Outlaw, W. C. Pate, Jr., Gerald Postle- 
thwaite, Wade Woodall, Marvin Woodard. 



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SIGMA TAU CHI 




The Sigma Tau Chi Sorority was founded in 1925 by the Reverend John 
Barclay. Its members are chosen because of their personality, loyalty, and in- 
terest in the school welfare. Their colors are white and gold; their flower, the 
chrysanthemum. 

The sponsors of Sigma Tau Chi are Miss Harriet Fulton and Mrs. M. J. Bird. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Peggy Kuhn President Elizabeth Ward 

Aileen Reel Vice President Mary Alice Beasley 

Piercie Stalls Secretary Lenore Phillips 

Peggy O'Neal Treasurer Audrey Gaylor 

Blanch Gay Chaplain Aileen Reel 

Reporter Edna Taylor 

MEMBERS 

Aileen Reel, Peggy Kuhn, Ethel Thorne, Piercie Stalls, Margaret Hemby. 
Mary Alice Beasley, Edna Taylor, Joyce Peterson, Audrey Gaylor, Peggy O'Neal, 
Elizabeth Ward, Lenore Phillips, Caroline Cowell, and Blanch Gay. 



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PHI KAPPA ALPHA 




In the year 1925 the Rev. John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox founded the present 
progressive fraternity, Phi Kappa Alpha. The only one remaining open during 
the war years, the members were ever ready to welcome visiting service men. 
Gold and white are their colors and their flower is the daisy. Their faculty 
sponsors are Mr. F. H. Hodges and Mr. M. J. Bird. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Howard Chapin President Ivan Adams 

Ivan Adams Vice President. William Morgan 

John Goff Secretary Alvin Suggs 

Troy Godwin Treasurer Troy Godwin 

Ed Smith Sergeant-at-Arms Jim Brown 

William Corbett .....Chaplain Henry Davis 

MEMBERS 

William Corbett, Wayne Benton, Ivan Adams, Jim Brown, Howard Chapin, 
Vince Colombo, John Goff, Charles Dcaren, Wiley Wall, J. D. Thorne, Troy 
Godwin, Clifton Philyaw, Ed Smith, Alvin Suggs, Bryan Parsons, William Morgan, 
Henry Davis, and William Parrish. 



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VETERANS' CLUB 




The Veterans' Club, recently organized by World War II Veterans 
now attending Atlantic Christian College, has for its purpose the further- 
ing of rehabilitation of the veterans on the campus and promoting the 
social well being of its members. Atlantic Christian College Veterans' 
Club is a member of North Carolina College veterans' organization, which 
has its headquarters at the University of North Carolina. The member- 
ship is made up of veterans that have served honorably for ninety days 
or more in the armed services of their country during the time of national 
emergency. 



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VETERANS' CLUB 



OFFICERS 



President, Howard Chapin 



Vice President, J. D. Thorne 



Secretary, Margaret Baker 



Treasurer, Earl Harrison 




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EXECUTIVE BOARD 




In 1936 the Cooperative Association was organized. This system is a 
combination of the faculty government and the student government. 
This association works together to develop within each student the highest 
ideals for living and encourage the successful and intelligent application 
of the principals of personal honor. 



MEMBERS 



President Vince Colombo 

Vice President Margaret Taylor 

Secretary Bethany Rose 

Treasurer Edward Smith 

President of Women's Dormitory 

Council Edith Tyson 



President of Men's Dormitory 

Council Troy Godwin 

Toivn Representative... John Thorne 

Faculty Representative M. J. Bird 

Faculty Representative 

Mildred Hartsock 

Faculty Representative. RAy^iOND Miller 

Faculty Representative... Sarah B. Ward 



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GIRLS' DORMITORY COUNCIL 




The Girls' Dormitory Council is working with the Executive Board in 
governing the students. These two organizations are striving to maintain 
an environment suitable to promote the welfare of the student, to main- 
tain unity and honor, and to develop self-control, responsibility, and 
loyalty among the students residing on the campus. 



MEMBERS 



President Edith Tyson 

Vice President Peggy O'Neal 

Secretary... Inez Loftin 

Sophomore Representative Lib Ward 

Junior Representative Hazel Davenport 
Treasurer Peggy Kuhn 



Senior Representative Piercie Stalls 

House President Sally Keech 

House President Ruby Smith 

Town Representative. Jeanne Suessmuth 

Faculty Member Sarah B. Ward 

Faculty Member. Esther Long 



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GOLDEN KNOT HONOR SOCIETY 




The Golden Knot, an honorary leadership society, has been active in 
Atlantic Christian College student life since its organization in 1937. 
The purpose of this society is to promote and encourage the best that 
Atlantic Christian College has to offer. Students are selected by the mem- 
bers of the society, with the approval of the faculty. In the choice of 
members the society honors those who have been selected for their Chris- 
tian character, constructive leadership, and services to the school. 

MEMBERS 

Aileen Reel, President; Horace Quigley, Secretary-Treasurer; Margaret Taylor, 
Mary Ellen Jones. Vince Colombo, Miriam Moore, Marguerite Noe, Bethany Rose. 

SPONSORS 
Mary Nackos F. A. Hodges 



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MARSHALS 



Marshals are chosen on a scholastic basis, two from each class. The 
Chief Marshal is always a member of the Senior Class. The duty of the 
marshal is to assist at any student activity or entertainment given at 
the college in connection with the college. 



Chief Marshal Aileen Reel 

Senior Marshal Lorette Osborne 

Senior Marshal Margaret Taylor 

Sophomore Marshal. 



Junior Marshal Jack Daniell 

Junior Marshal Horace Quigley 

Sophomore Marshal Elizabeth Leach 

Fred Heath 




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CHRISTIAH FELLOWSHIP 




The Christian Fellowship has taken the place of the ministerial cluh 
which is the oldest organization on the campus. Since the beginning of 
the organization many students have taken part in full-time Christian 
service. Through this organization ministerial students are helped by 
fellowship with each other to become more efficient workers of Christ. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Wade Woodall President Margaret Wright 

Gerald Postlethwaite.. Vice President ..Gerald Postlethwaite 

Louise Morris Secretary-Treasurer Fraulein Jarman 

MEMBERS 

Ivan Adams, Ralph Bennett, Waylon Bissette, Iris Bunch, Evelyn Carroll, Bill 
Corbett, Jack Daniell, Irene Dudley, Ruth Henderson, Fraulein Jarmen, Louise 
Morris, Gerald Postlethwaite, Frank Shearin, Wade Woodall. Margaret Wright, 
Tommy Moore, Bill Brinson, Betsy Manning. John Rawls, Martha Dail. Josie 
Galloway, Vivian Allen, Lenore Phillips. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 



The Science Club was organized in 1944 replacing the Dodo Club. The 
purpose of the Science Club is to develop further interest in the field of 
science. 

OFFICERS 

President Waylon Bissette Secretary... Marvin Woodard 

Treasurer Lois Mayo 

Vice President .Ralph Evans Reporter Irene Dudley 

MEMBERS 

James McLawhorn, Ruby Smith, Vivian Miller, Clara Woolard, Eleanor Reaves, 
H. F. Flowers, Charles Mayo, Walter Johnson, Margaret Taylor, Lucille Dixon, 
Inez Loftin, Sally Keech. 







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"A " CLUB 




The "A" Club headed by Edward Smith has done a splendid job of 
promoting sportsmanship around the campus and among the intramural 
sports. All of the members of the club have earned their letter in one or 
more of the inter-collegiate sports. The "A" Club has been functioning 
on the campus of A.C.C. for many years and is planning bigger and better 
things for the future. 

MEMBERS 

Howard Chapin, Vince Colombo, Henry Davis, Troy Godwin, J. D. Thorne, 
Laston Grantham, Wayne Benton, T. C. Britt, Buck Jones, B. G. Bunn, Jim Brown, 
Ed Smith. 



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W. A. A. OFFICERS 



The Women's Athletic Association is composed of the girls on campus 
who are interested in promoting wholesome recreation and intramural 
athletics. To maintain good health this organization feels that every one 
should participate freely in sports. 



President Beula Rasberry Senior Representative.. Caroline Cowell 

Secretary Mary Alice Beasley 

Sophomore Representative 
Treasurer Joyce Peterson Gwen Tomlinson 

Freshman Representative. .Attie Johnson 




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CONCERT COMMITTEE 




MEMBERS 

Bethany Rose 

Beula Rasberry 

Iris Lee 

Jeanne Suessmuth 

Gene Barnes 

Harriet Fulton, 
Adviser 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET 




MEMBERS 

Sarah B. Ward 
Adviser 

John Goff 

David Hardison 

Ivan Adams 

Fraulein Jarman 

Aileen Reel 

Mary E. Jones 




Supervisor Jack Daniell 



SUPERVISORS 



Supervisor Lib Ward 




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ATHLETICS... 'W~<t7 

FOOTBALL 
BASEBALL 
BASKETBALL 
INTRAMURAL SPORTS 




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COACHING STAFF 

Harris C. Moore, Assistant Coach: M. J. Byrd, Head Coach; Giles Winstead, 
Line Coach. 



CHEER LEAVERS 




Marion Driver, Head Cheer Leader; Iris Bunch, Dot Waters, Alma Moore, 
Clifton Philyaw, Piercie Stalls, June McHan. 



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47 49j,4^0JB^2 




JtOi 






INTER-COLLEGIATE FOOTBALL 

Smith, Clark, Hardy, Thompson, Zollicoffer, Chapin. GHarmis, J. Brown, R. Brown, DeRatt, 
Davis, Phillips, Llewellyn, Riggan, Thorne, Thornton, O'Conner, Wiggins, Helmer, Griffin, Mercer, 
Thomas, Horton, White, Saleeby, B. Versprille, John Thorne, McKeel, Miller, J. Versprille, Goff, 
Parker, G. Saleeby, McCaskill. Bain, Bissette, Dearen, Barnes, Barbour, 



SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 



Atlantic Christian 6 

Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian 6 

Atlantic Christian 

Atlantic Christian 19 

Atlantic Christian 7 

Atlantic Christian 6 



Lenoir Rhyne 14 

Elon College 14 

E.C.T.C 6 

Lenoir Rhyne 25 

Campbell 6 

Norfolk Naval 6 

E.C.T.C 26 



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INTER-COLLEGIATE BASEBALL 




Driver, Chapin, Thorne, Brown, Byrd, Herring, Godwin, Colombo, 
Smith, Davis, Thompson, Markham, Thorne, Bunn. 



SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 



Atlantic Christian, 3 

Atlantic Christian 22 

Atlantic Christian 28 

Atlantic Christian 19 

Atlantic Christian 13 

Atlantic Christian 5 

Atlantic Christian 7 

Atlantic Christian 5 

Atlantic Christian 2 

Atlantic Christian 15 

Atlantic Christian 7 

Atlantic Christian 7 

Atlantic Christian - 10 

Atlantic Christian 4 

Atlantic Christian -9 



Wake Forest 2 

Campbell 2 

Randolph Macon 

Louisburg 

Lenoir Rhyne 1 

Elon 3 

Elon 4 

E.C.T.C 3 

Tarboro Coastal 8 

Campbell 

Lenoir Rhyne 14 

High Point 5 

Elon 2 

Elon 2 

E.C.T.C 3 



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WTER-COLLEG/ATE BASKETBALL 




Frank Shearin, Manager; Smith, Godwin, Colombo, Red Bird, Coach; Jones, 
Daniell, Chapin, Hardy, Hardison, Davis, Thorne, Brown, Glazer, Stott. 



SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 



Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 
Atlantic 



Christian 49 

Christian 51 

Christian 53 

Christian 25 

Christian 49 

Christian 54 

Christian 75 

Christian 60 

Christian 39 



Pembroke College 20 

Pembroke College 23 

Rocky Mount 32 

William and Mary 39 

Norfolk Naval Station 63 

Norfolk Naval Station..,. .. 55 

Williamston Allstars 33 

Elon 71 

E.C.T.C 45 



SCHEDULE 



February 6. 104 Parachute Infantry Division. 

February 8. Williamston Allstars. February 19. 

February 10. High Point College. February 20. 

February 11. Lenoir Rhyne. February 21. 

February 12. Lenoir Rhyne. February 24. 

February 13. Appalachian College. February 25. 

February 18. E.C.T.C. February 26. 



High Point College. 
William and Mary. 
Elon College. 
North State Conference. 
North Slate Conference. 
North State Conference. 



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Officials in Intramural Sports 




Gainey, Byrd, Riggan, Davis, Brown 

Badminton Champions 




Singles Champ Doubles Champs 

Vincent Colombo Harold Bain, Thomas McCaskill 



Intramural Touch football 




Buck Jones, Coach; Adams, Colombo, Benton. Thorne, Dearen, Corbett, Philyaw, 
Brinson, Godwin. 



SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 

Teams Captains Won Lost 

Trojans Buck Jones 4 

Cyclones Romeo Markham 3 1 

Deacons Billy Smith 2 2 

Tigers Hal Smith 1 3 

Bulldogs Joby Griffin 4 



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INTRAMURAL VOLLEY BALL 




Ivan Adams, Coach; Colombo, Chapin, Benton, Godwin, Brinson. Goff, Philyaw, 
Corbett, Smith. 



INTRAMURAL VOLLEY BALL LEAGUE 

Teams Groups Captains Won Lost 

Trojans : Phi Kappa Alpha Ivan Adams 5 

Tigers Off Campus Men Gene Driver 4 1 

Rebels Sigma Alpha Buck Jones 3 2 

Deacons Phi Delta Gamma Jack Daniell 1 4 

Bulldogs G. I. Barracks Marion Zollicoffer 1 4 

Cyclones Natives of Wilson W. H. Phillips 1 4 



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FEATURES 









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Best All 'Round 

Edward Smith 
Aileen Reel 



Most Popular 

Vincent Colombo 
Piercie Stalls 




Wittiest 

T. C. Britt 
Piercie Stalls 




SUPERLATIVES 




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SUPERLATIVES 




Most Likely To Succeed 

Vincent Colombo 
Margaret Taylor 



Most Dependable 

Edward Smith 
Margaret Taylor 




wAI 



Best Looking 

Vincent Colombo 
Beula Rasberry 



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Queen 

Caroline Cowell 

King 

Vincent Colombo 



MAY PAY... 1H6 

Atlantic Christian College 



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THE COURT 
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Senior directory 



IVAN ADAMS. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity 1, 2, 3; Ministerial Fellowship 1. 2, 3; 
S.C.A. 3; Dramatics Club 1; President Ministerial 
Fellowship 1; Treasurer Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
2; Vice President Junior Class 3; Vice President Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 3. 

WAYNE BENTON. Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 1, 2, 
3, Vice President 2; "A" Club 3; Basketball Team 
1, 2; Baseball Team 2; Dramatics Club 1. 

RACHEL BRITT. President Freshman Orientation 1; 
President Senior Class 3. 

T. C. BRITT. Basketball Team 1. 2; Track 1, 2; Block 
2; Glee Club 2; Tennis 2; "A" Club 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 
4; Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2. 3. 4. President 4; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4. 



Science Club 1; A.C.I.S. 2, 3, 4. 



MAXINE CAHOON. 
Secretary 4. 

HOWARD CHAPIN. Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 

1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

2, 3, 4, President 4; President Veterans' Club 4; May 
Court 3. 

VINCENT J. COLOMBO. Collegiate Staff 1. Sports 
Editor 2; Golden Knot Honor Society 2. 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 4; President Cooperative As- 
sociation 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1. 3; Member 
Trojan Intramural Team 4. 

JOSALYN CORBETT. Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
2, 3. Chaplain 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Christian Fel- 
lowship 2. 3. 

CAROLINE COWELL. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4. 
Treasurer 2. President 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. 4, 
President 3; May Queen 3; Dramatics Club 1; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JACK M. DANIELL. Transfer from University of 
Georgia; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2. Chaplain 2; 
Treasurer Glee Club 2; Treasurer Sophomore Class 2; 
Treasurer Junior Class 2; Ministerial Club 2, President 

2, Secretary 2; Health Council 2; President Phi Delta 
Gamma Fraternity 3; Treasurer Senior Class 3; Glee 
Club 3; Christian Fellowship Club 3. 

TROY GODWIN. Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 

3. 4; President Boys' Dormitory Council 4; Treasurer 
Phi Kappa Alpha 4; "A" Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice President 
4; Member Executive Board 4; Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity 3. 4. 

MAXINE HOOD. Marshal 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Science 
Club 1, 2. 

JOSEPH HORTON. Transfer Presbyterian Jr. College; 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 4; Veterans' Club 4. 

SALLY KEECH. Science Club 1; W.A.A. 1; Vice Pres- 
ident Science Club 2; A.C.I.S. 2; W.A.A. 2; Phi Sigma 
Tau Sorority 4; House President Caldwell Hall 4. 

EMMA ELIZABETH JONES. May Day 1. 2; A.C.I.S. 2; 
Delta Sigma Sorority 3: Chaplain Delta Sigma 4. 

INEZ LOFTIN. W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; A.C.I.S. 2; Science 
Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary Women's Dormitory Council 4. 

MIRIAM MOORE. Glee Club 1. 3, 4; Dramatics Club 
1; Torchlight Staff 2; A.C.I.S. 2; S.C.A. Cabinet 4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 4; Golden Knot Honor Society 4; Secretary 
Class 4. 



LORETTE OSBORNE. Transfer Mary Washington; 
Secretary Class 2; Delta Sigma 2. 3, 4; Chairman May 
Day 2; Vice President Senior Class 4; Marshal 4; 
Business Manager Collegiate 4; Treasurer Delta Sigma 
4. 

WILLIAM BRYAN PARSONS. Treasurer Class 1; Pres- 
ident Science Club 2; Marshal 2; President Junior 
Class 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 2. 

HORACE QUIGLEY. Marshal 2. 3; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 2. Secretary 4. 

BEULA RASBERRY. Dramatics Club 1. 3. 4; Delta 
Sigma 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 3; Vice President Junior Class 
3, President 3; Glee Club 3. 4; President W.A.A. 4; 
Torchlight Staff 3; May Court 3; Chairman Concert 
Committee 4; Business Staff Pine Knot 4; May Queen 4. 

AILEEN REEL. President Golden Knot Honor Society 
4; Chief Marshal 4; President Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 
2. Vice President 4. Secretary 3; S.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3. 4; 
Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Sextet 3, 4; Torchlight Staff 1. 2, 3; 
Dramatics Club 1, 2; May Court 3; W.A.A. Cabinet. 

ANNE SANDERSON. Transfer from Campbell College; 
A.C.I.S. 3. 4. 

WINIFRED SHARPE. Transfer from St. Mary's Col- 
lege; Delta Sigma Sorority 3. 4; Dramatics Club 3. 4. 

RUBY SMITH. A.C.I.S. 2, 3. Vice President 3; Science 
.Club 4; House President Kinsey Hall 4; Girls' Dor- 
mitory Council 4; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 4. 

EDWARD SMITH. Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball 

1. 2, 3. 4; President "A" Club 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 4; 
Treasurer Cooperative Association 4; Member Cham- 
pion Volley Ball Team 4. 

PIERCIE STALLS. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 3. 4. Vice 
President 3. Secretary 4; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Torchlight 
Staff 3; May Court 3; Business Manager Pine Knot 4. 

MARGARET TAYLOR. Dramatics Club 1. 2, 3; W.A.A. 
1; Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4; Vice President Delta 
Sigma 2. President 4; Science Club 2. 3. President 2; 
Circulation Manager Torchlight 2, 3; Marshal 2. 3, 4; 
Student Legislature Delegate 2. 3; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 3. 4; Secretary-Treasurer Golden Knot 3; Con- 
cert Committee 3; Executive Board 4; Vice President 
Cooperative Association 4; Collegaite Staff 4; Pine 
Knot Staff 4. 

ETTA TYNDALL. Science Club 2; Dramatics Club 

2. 3; Torchlight Staff 3; A.C.I.S. 3; Glee Club 3; Vice 
President A.C.I.S. 4. 

EDITH TYSON. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; A.C.I.S.; Vice 
President Girls' Dormitory Council 3. President 4; 
Executive Board 4; Dramatics Club 2. 

WADE WOOD ALL. Manager Basketball 1; Treasurer 
Science Club 1; Ministerial Club 2; Phi Delta Gamma 
Fraternity 2. 3. 4. Cnaplain 2; Dramatics 2. 3. 4. 
President 4; Vice President Sophomore Class 2; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4; Business Staff Pine Knot 4. 

MARVIN WOODARD. Science Club 1. Secretary 2; 
Basketball Team 1. 2; Glee Club 1; Dramatics Club 
2. 3; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 2. 3. 4; Torchlight 
Staff 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 2: Treasurer Science 
Club 3; Pine Knot Staff 3. 



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Come in and See the 
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Dial 2124 Wilson, N. C. 


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PAINT 


The College Girl's Shop 

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LADIES' SHOP 

"Apparel that Appeals" 

WILSON, N. C. 


Compliments of 
MARTHA PARK, Inc. 

WILSON, N. C. 


HERBERT'S 

The Shop that has everything for 
the Well- Dressed 
COLLEGE GIRL 


HERRING'S 
DRUG STORE 


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E. Nash St. Wilson, N. C. 


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101 Nash Street 
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"The Fashion Center for 
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Compliments of 

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For All 
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WILSON, N. C. 



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WILSON, N. C. 




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Day Phone 2579 
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III IS >1 \1 LISOA 
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Phone 4436 Phone 4545 


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THEATRE SODA SHOP 

SCHRAFFT'S CANDIES 

The Handy Place for 

MAGAZINES . . . DRINKS CANDIES . . . TOBACCOS 

KAYWOODIE PIPES 

Next to Wilson Theatre Hot Soup Every Day 

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Eat at 

MURPHY'S 

Delicious Sandwiches 

and 

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Compliments of 

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DEPARTMENT STORE 



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Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 



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Wilson's Shopping Center 



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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY 

"The Safe Executor" 
WILSON SELMA WALLACE NEW BERN 

ELM CITY FAYETTEYILLE FAISON TRENTON 

GOLDSBORO WARSAW KINSTON PLYMOUTH 

FREMONT WILLIAMSTON 

AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1946 
RESOURCE S 

Cash and Due from Banks $ 22,324,759.% 

United States Government Securities $78,965,028.67 

Obligations of Federal Agencies 4,138,936.05 

State, County and Municipal Securities 3,783,347.85 

Total Bonds at Cost Less Valuation Reserves 86,887,312.57 

(Par Value $88,047,391.84) 

Loans and Discounts 3,640,956.76 

Accrued Interest and Oilier Assets 327,434.73 

Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate 

( Tax Value $285,265.00 1 259,116 .69 

L 1 A B 1 L 1 T 1 E S $113,439,580771 

Capital Stock— Common $ 400.000.00 

Capital Stock— Preferred 100.000.00 

Surplus 750.000.00 

Undivided Profits 744,422.17 

Reserves 307.250.00 

Dividend Payable January 2, 1947 12.000.00 

Unearned Discount and Other Liabilities 244.302.80 

Deposits : 110,881,605.74 

$113,439.580771 

SOUND BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE FOR EASTERN CAROLINA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Compliments of 

THOMAS- 
YELVERTON 
FURNITURE 

COMPANY 



Compliments of 

WILSON 

INDUSTRIAL 

BANK 

118 West Nash Street 



Christmas Savings Clubs 

Installment Loans 

Savings Deposits 



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Insurance Corporation 



Silverware 



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Watches 



Jewelry 



Compliments of 

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Plumbing and Heating 



APPLIANCES 



PAINTS 



Compliments of 

BARNES MOTOR 
PARTS CO. 



Compliments of 

NATIONAL BANK 

WILSON, N. C. 



Compliments of 



College Grocery 



Parker's Barbecue 

2 Miles South on Highway 301 
Wilson, North Carolina 

MENU 

Fried Chichen Oysters 

Barbecue Steuh 

Brunswick Stetc 

Special Dining Room for Parties 

Serve Anywhere 
Reservation: 3828-9 for Any Number 


MOSS AND COMPANY 

"Treat People Right" 


Compliments of 

BRIDGER'S 
PAINT COMPANY 


Fashion Beauty Shop 

OGILVIE HAIR AND 
SCALP SPECIALIST 

302 Davis Bldg. 

Versie Ellis Mercer, Prop. 
Phone 4869 Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 

Red's Barber Shop 



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THEATERS 



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BARBER SHOP 



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